In Other News

PennDOT starts major road work tomorrow in Kennett Square

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Unionville High Marching Band Camp wraps up

The 82 dedicated musicians and color guard of the Unionville High School Marching Band spent the last days of their summer vacation transforming themselves into a precise, professional and ...

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MOST RECENT STORIES

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    Townsend joins West Grove police force

    The West Grove Borough Police Department announces the hiring of a new part-time police officer, Richard Townsend. While new to municipal policing, Rich is no stranger to law enforcement. He spent 28 years with the Pennsylvania State Police, Troop J, Avondale and retired as a Corporal in 2014. Rich brings with him a wealth of experience and an excellent knowledge of the area. Townsend was sworn in back on May 11 by MDC Matthew Seavey and participated in joint training and certifcations with...

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    Restroom at West Grove park hit by vandals

    During the overnight hours Sunday Aug. 7 into Monday Aug. 8, someone spray painted graffiti on the exterior of the public restroom building, at the West Grove Memorial Park.

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    Tick Tock Early Learning Center plans charity golf event at Hartefeld

    Tick Tock Early Learning Center is hosting their 2016 Annual Golf Classic on Monday, Sept. 19 at award-winning Hartefeld National in Avondale.

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    Local author pens book about Chadds Ford

    Phyllis Recca is pleased to announce the availability of her second Then and Now book covering historic properties and popular sites in the Chadds Ford area. A group of prominent families helped establish Chadds Ford, including the Brintons, Gilpins and Painters. Several of the Painter family farms are included, along with the restored 1704 residence of William Brinton. Nearby at Dilworthtown, Dilworth’s Inn, a blacksmith/lyceum and a general store are featured. In addition to the...

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  • Crime

    Police Reports

    State Police Avondale Barracks Didn’t slow down >> Shirish Junagade, 49, of Bear, Delaware, was traveling southbound on Route 41 in West Fallowfield Township on July 28 at 2:28 p.m. and didn’t slow down for a car that was stopped ahead of him at the intersection with Highland Road, police said.

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  • Our say

    Chester County should not continue to subsidize Philadelphia

    Most municipalities in Pennsylvania have wage or earned income taxes. If you work in a municipality that has an earned income tax but live somewhere else that also charges an earned income tax, the municipality where you work sends the money it takes out of your paycheck back to the municipality where you reside.

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  • News

    Valerie Lopez selected employee of the month at Kennett YMCA

    Valerie Lopez has been selected as employee of the month at the Kennett Area YMCA.

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    Brown Derby opens; features fine dining and top-notch service

    NEW GARDEN >> The Brown Derby is back, and it’s better than ever.

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    Underprivileged students in three school districts getting free school supplies

    KENNETT SQUARE >> About 300 underprivileged students in three southern Chester County school districts will not go to school unprepared this year thanks to a Longwood Rotary Club book bag project.

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  • News

    LCH celebrates National Health Center Week

    The week of August 7 – 13 is dedicated to celebrating the work of the 1,300 health centers in the United States that provide care in 9,000 sites to 24 million patients (Health Resources and Services Administration). La Comunidad Hispana (LCH), southern Chester County’s own community health center to over 5,500 residents, is joining the celebration for the first time this year.

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